Are you constantly being asked to stop practicing so loudly by family and neighbours? You can’t stop practicing, and you may not have access to an alternative space. Even if noise complaints aren’t an issue, echoes can interfere with your perception of how you sound, and can be extremely detrimental for recording, even though you may not be able to detect these at the time.
This is why professional studios are covered from floor to ceiling is noise cancelling materials.
You might even have the opposite problem of outside sound interfering with your focus.
The best solution to these problems is to soundproof your practice or studio space. Using the spiky looking material can get extremely expensive very quickly.
A far cheaper and still effective method is to simply use noise cancelling curtains.
At a Glance: Our Choice Of The 5 Best Noise Cancelling Curtains On The Market
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Best Noise Cancelling Curtains
If you still can’t decide which noise cancelling curtains are the best for you, here’s a little help.
I need serious noise cancelling
Best choice: Singer Safety
I need them to look good
Best choice: Absolute Zero
I need them to be cheap
Best Choice: Nicetown
I only need to cover a small area
Best choice: Residential Acoustics
Ged is Founder and Editor-in-chief at Zing Instruments. He’s a guitarist for London based gypsy jazz band ‘Django Mango’ and a lover of all things music. When he’s not ripping up and down the fretboard, he’s tinkering with his ’79 Campervan.